Theresa May Offers U.K. Lawmakers a Vote on a Second Referendum

The move is part of a last-ditch effort to pass a Brexit bill that would include a vote on a customs union — but only after passing the legislation.

Theresa May Offers U.K. Lawmakers a Vote on a Second Referendum 2019/05/21 21:13

Austria Chancellor Faces Prospect of No-Confidence Vote as Coalition Unravels

Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has called for an early election to recover from the scandal that struck his far-right coalition partners. But the situation may now be out of his control.

Austria Chancellor Faces Prospect of No-Confidence Vote as Coalition Unravels 2019/05/21 20:18

Edwin Drummond, 73, Who Turned Climbing Into Activism, Dies

A poet as well as a mountaineer, he climbed the Statue of Liberty and Nelson’s Column in London to draw attention to causes.

Edwin Drummond, 73, Who Turned Climbing Into Activism, Dies 2019/05/21 19:58

Why Are Milkshakes Being Thrown at Right-Wing Politicians Like Nigel Farage?

The divisive leader of the Brexit Party became the latest nationalist figure in Britain to be drenched while campaigning for European elections.

Why Are Milkshakes Being Thrown at Right-Wing Politicians Like Nigel Farage? 2019/05/21 18:26

Alone, Happily Alone, in the Tatra Mountains

Empty hiking trails and winding roads suit the the 52 Places Traveler’s mood in Slovakia.

Alone, Happily Alone, in the Tatra Mountains 2019/05/21 17:23

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